DPS Uschi F87 Skis 2020 | Women | Alpine Touring
About the DPS Uschi F87 your partner called and said the DPS Uschi F87 is the perfect ski for you!! Damp, smooth, and good feelings everywhere. The U87 is the perfect choice for everyday resort use where you are 50 percent off-piste and 50 percent on-piste. The Foundation choice will feel damper, smoother, and more forgiving than the Alchemist, yet also less reactive and energetic. C2 chassis.
Flex Patterns – It took over 25 flex pattern iterations to get to the special goodness that is found in a C2 chassis ski. The tip is just aggressive enough, but nimble to handle crud and moguls. The middle is firm, and the tail is weighted to thread a precise needle between an ultra- easy exit and energetic propulsion into the next turn.
Sidecut Design – Chassis 2 sidecuts feature a blend of strategically placed radii that make the ski aggressive at the top of the turn, but also incredibly friendly when the ski is off-edge and drifting in mixed snow. That, coupled with varying radii in the tail section, make a C2 ski more friendly off-edge than anything DPS has built to-date in the sub-20m sidecut category. Further, these skis feature relatively high taper angles, which means the ski pulls you deeply into the turn with an immediate, responsive feel. With the introduction of C2, the days when carbon skis were subject to torsion chatter––the feeling of the ski skipping and vibrating in an attempt to match the ski’s designed turn radius––are a thing of the past.
Chassis Design – In ski design, there is a conventional hierarchy of variables that drive the end shape. DPS has re-prioritized and reorganized these drivers so that the design now starts directly under your foot and moves outward to the tip and tail, as opposed to overlaying flex patterns on pre-drawn shapes. The result is an optimized relationship between the flex pattern and sidecut that is perfected through testing, and then mathematically translated across every model in the lineup. The goal is to create a distinct DPS feel that can be sensed in every ski from the Cassiar 82 all the way to the Lotus 124.
Foundation Core | Bi-Phase Bamboo + Poplar – Foundation is a completely reimagined and rebuilt construction category that represents a futuristic approach to ski design. Every model in the Foundation series shares DPS Chassis DNA shaping that yields design and performance consistency from shape-to shape and length-to-length. Foundation employs the absolute best-in-class components from start-to-finish, with top-notch durability. On-snow feel is a wonderful blend of power and dampness that is readily accessible to a wide range of skier profiles.
Women that want a very versatile ski for both lift serviced areas and the Backcountry in New England
Salomon Shift 10 MNC: The World's first full DIN compatible pin binding. Perfect for alpine touring with lightweight construction and pin compatibility for the ascent. Full heal and toe release with a wide platform provide all the performance and safety of an alpine binding for lighter-weight skiers.
Marker Duke 12 PT: Marker's first full DIN compatible pin binding. Engineering the downhill performance of their Royal Family Line, like the famous Griffon, into a pin compatible binding for ascents. Hard charging freeride capability whether at the resort or in the backcountry.
Pomoca Climb 2.0: Pomoca's updated classic climb skin. Blend of Mohair and Nylon is a perfect blend of glide, grip, and durability.
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